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  • Feature

    Park to scientists: Shut up!

    Park Service scientists charge that the park suppressed research on grizzlies and elk foraging.

  • Book Reviews

    No driving in Zion?

    Tourists in Zion National Park may have to park their cars and take a bus if a National Park Service plan is approved.

  • News

    Barbee must apply for his job

    Bruce Babbitt elevates the rank of superintendent for several national parks.

  • Feature

    Yellowstone

    Introduction to the lead stories on Yellowstone National Park, 12/27/93.

  • Feature Firms milk park's "wildlife'

    Firms milk park's "wildlife'

    National Park managers deliberate over whether or not they should charge biotechnical firms for extracting microbes from Yellowstone.

  • Book Reviews

    Put her at the top

    The Women Climbers Northwest group releases its 1994 calendar.

  • News

    Wanderlust West

    Record numbers of Germans are touring the west.

  • Essays

    How the auto and airplane teamed up to destroy the Grand Canyon

    Bruce Babbitt's plan to alleviate overcrowding at Grand Canyon involves eliminating cars, planes and Tusayan, Ariz.

  • Essays

    Grand Central Canyon

    The National Park Service weighs the benefits of four management plans limiting numbers within Grand Canyon National Park.

  • News

    Ski resort slides into financial pit

    The U.S. Forest Service cancells a special-use permit for the Valbois ski resort in Idaho.

  • News

    A timely solution for the Hells Canyon river war

    The Forest Service proposes a plan to appease jet-boaters and other river users in Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.

  • News

    Death in Grand Canyon

    Three people fall to their deaths in a four-day period at the Grand Canyon.

  • Related Stories

    Petroglyphs have drawn fire for decades

    Urban crime has risen at the Petroglyph National Monument as Albuquerque draws nearer.

  • News

    Subterranean snacks no more

    The National Park Service says the cafeteria in Carlsbad Caverns is inappropriate, despite opposition from both of New Mexico's senators.

  • Feature

    Sunbelt confrontation: Will Albuquerque roll over its past to reach its future?

    Controversy mounts over the construction of a road through Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque.

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